To be in the forest

The regular sojourning in the forest and in a stout group of children and adult referent persons:
  • develops and supports the senses (seeing, fumbling, hearing, smelling, balance and orientation)
  • lets the children establish relations with nature
  • allows to act out their fantasies and creativity by using the free figurationable natural products
  • is strengthening the self-confidence, the self-respect and the physical power of resistance
  • gives emotional stability
  • trains the perceptiveness of moods like joy, grief, anxiousness and allows the children to express these moods
  • encourages the holistic development of their personality
  • supports the growth of the social education and considerate and human interaction